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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Lesson 371. All right. Today we're going to

  • look at the difference between oversleep, sleep in and go to sleep late.

  • All right and we might even touch on sleep late too. That's actually another term

  • besides those three. Okay. Let's look at the note first. First we're going to look at

  • oversleep which is probably the easiest to distinguish of all of them. If someone

  • oversleeps, he or she sleeps later than one intended. So later than one planned.

  • They were supposed to get up earlier, but I don't know maybe they didn't hear

  • their alarm or they had no alarm and their normal body clock did not wake

  • them up. So they overslept. Okay. So if someone oversleeps, he or she will

  • likely be late for an obligation such as an appointment , going to school or going

  • to work or something that one needed time to prepare for. So you overslept. You

  • were supposed to get up earlier. You, you ended up getting up later than you

  • intended or planned to do. All right. Let's look at a couple of examples here. I

  • overslept this morning and I ended up getting to work late. Yes. So that's what

  • may happen especially if you go too far. Or the second one, I overslept by 30

  • minutes. So what does that mean ? Maybe if normally gets up at 7:00 he got up at

  • 7:30. So I overslept by 30 minutes and I had a rush like mad. You know like a

  • crazy person in order to get to my class on time. Yeah. So you could do this if you

  • hurry enough, maybe you could make up the time and still make it. But you overslept.

  • You normally you could take your time. You know move at a normal pace, but if

  • you oversleep you have to rush like a crazy person

  • in order to still hopefully be on time. Okay. Let's look at the next one. Sleep in.

  • All right. So sleep in basically means sleep later

  • than the usual time or ordinary. All right. That part is easy. Now sometimes there's

  • some disagreement about whether sleeping in should only be used when you

  • deliberately or purposely want to do it or also maybe you oversleep. So let's look

  • here. I discovered the meaning tends to be subjective. So what does that mean ? So

  • some people naturally think it means this way some people naturally think it

  • means the other way. Some people think sleep in is only done

  • intentionally. Meaning on purpose. When someone doesn't have any obligation. So

  • they don't have any place to go and you know, they're and they're basically free

  • to do it. They're able to do it. However there are others including some

  • dictionaries ... Some dictionaries say that sleep in could also mean oversleep. It

  • could also be used to mean oversleep by accident as well.

  • To be , I myself are a little bit more in the camp or in the group that

  • thinks that the far majority time I hear sleep in used, I think it's meant to be

  • done intentionally. You know , people often say I'm going to sleep in tomorrow because

  • I have it off. Tomorrow's a holiday. I'm going to sleep in. All right. So let's look

  • at an example here. I like to sleep in on weekends. I usually get up at 7 a.m.

  • during the week but I prefer to sleep in until 10 a.m. on Saturday or Sunday. Yeah

  • that's the way I often hear it. But again there might be some other people who

  • think that you could use sleep in to also mean to oversleep. Okay. Let's

  • continue. All right. Now sleep in, especially when it's used as an

  • adjective. Sleep in could also be used to mean to

  • sleep at one's place of employment. Okay. So we just give one example with that. We

  • hired a sleep-in babysitter. So that means she they probably has a room for

  • her that she could stay overnight. So, so it could be used as an adjective to mean

  • that way. That you could sleep at the place that you're actually working. Okay.

  • Good. Let's continue. All right. Now . Yeah. If someone goes to sleep late or

  • goes to bed late, he or she did not go to sleep until a later time than

  • usual. So normally if you go to bed at like 11:00 p.m. and for some reason you

  • stayed up to 1 a.m. then you went to bed late or you went to sleep late. Okay. All

  • right and let me give you an example for this one. I went to sleep late because I

  • stayed up watching a ball game that went into extra innings. Yes. So you stayed up

  • to finish watching the game. So you stayed up later than your normal time,

  • you want to go to bed. Or she went to bed late because she had to finish her term

  • paper. All right. Now the other one that I was telling you about is also sleep late.

  • Sleep late works a lot like sleep in. Like somebody says I plan on sleeping

  • late tomorrow often could mean intentionally too. Or this one maybe I

  • might have heard this one where maybe somebody did by mistake or not

  • intentionally. I slept late and then I had to try to make up time so we also

  • use sleep late. So sleep late and sleep in is very very similar.

  • They're almost synonymous. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you

  • for your time. Bye-bye.

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家庭教師ニックPレッスン(371) 寝過ぎ・寝坊・遅寝の違い (Tutor Nick P Lesson (371) The Difference Between Oversleep, Sleep in and Sleep Late)

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